Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni has dismissed allegations that the roles of the Deputy President were transferred from DP William Ruto to the Interior CS Dr. Fred Okeng'o Matiangi. Speaking to Akhisa Wandera on Ktn News, Thursday Night. Kioni revealed that President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta was not pleased with how DP Ruto was conducting his Duties, and so he had disperse some roles to Matiangi.
The staled relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto has stirred the nation leaving many Kenyans in dilemma on the 2022 polls. However, recently issues have emerged that the Constitution Implementation Oversight Committee has already tabled a drafted bill in the National Assembly to sack the Deputy President.
(Jeremiah Kioni speaking during an interview) Speaking during an interview, the legislature Jeremiah Kioni said that the plans to amend the constitution and give President Uhuru Kenyatta sweeping power over his Deputy are still on. Jeremiah explained that giving any powers to the Deputy President was dangerous to the country as it would lead to split amongst kenyans should the DP decide to exercise such powers.
President Uhuru Kenyatta visiting DP William Ruto's Harambee Annex offices. Photo/Courtesy File Future deputy presidents are likely to suffer a huge blow of the current proposals by the Members of Parliament will finally be adopted by the August House. In the proposals, the Members of the National Assembly deportmental committee on Legal Affairs recommends that the Head of State should have powers to hire and fire their principal assistants.
Ndaragwa Member of Parliament, Jeremiah Kioni, who is the chairperson of the National Assembly Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee (CIOC), says that plans to amend the constitution to give the President sweeping powers over his Deputy are still on. Speaking during an interview on KTN News on Thursday, October 14, Kioni argued that granting any powers to the Deputy President was dangerous to the country as it would lead to a split amongst Kenyans should the DP decide to exercise such powers.
Jeremiah Kioni, a Ndaragwa Member of Parliament and the chairperson of the National Assembly Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee (CIOC), says plans to amend the constitution to give the President broad powers over his Deputy are still on the table.During an interview on KTN News on Thursday, October 14, Kioni argued that granting the Deputy President any powers would be dangerous to the country because it would lead to a schism among Kenyans if the DP decided to use such powers.
Presidential aspirants seeking elective posts in the year 2022 might be forced to serve as Members of Parliament, Senators as details emerge of a new law being worked upon by the Constitutional Oversight and Implementation Committee chaired by Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni. New details have emerged the National Assembly committee on Constitutional Implementation is working on ensuring that any presidential candidate who loses in the year 2022 does not suffer hence gets a slot to serve in the next government.
Members of Parliament have kicked off a push to split Deputy President William Ruto's position into two as the Office of the Deputy President hits back against the move. The MPs who sit in the Constitutional Implementation and Oversight Committee[CIOC] of the National Assembly led by Chair Jeremiah Kini has kicked off a new push to amend the Constitution aimed at ensuring that the powers and functions of the current Deputy President are split to introduce two Deputy President's positions.
Fresh details have emerged about a new law being worked upon by the Constitution Implementation and Oversight Committee of the National Assembly led by MP Jeremiah Kioni that will see all Presidential Aspirants being favored even despite losing in the 2022 general elections. Kioni’s committee has published another Bill that seeks to amend Article 90 of the Constitution to make provision for political parties to nominate unsuccessful presidential candidates and their running mates to the National Assembly and the Senate.
The Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee, chaired by Ndaragua Member of Parliament Jeremiah Kioni, is seeking amendments in the promulgated 2010 Constitution to; reduce Deputy President's powers, creat new 73 constituencies and introduce the position of Prime Minister. According to the bill, the lawmakers want to cut Deputy President William Ruto to size by stripping his office of its constitutionally guaranteed security of tenure.
Details Emerge Why The State is Pushing to Introduce the 7th Ballot Box in 2022 Despite Courts Order
Details have emerged why the State is pushing to introduce the 7th ballot box in the year 2022 despite a recent order by the Court of Appeal. It has been established that the state through the Parliamentary Committee on the Constitution Implementation led by Chairman Jeremiah Kioni is pushing the introduction of a referendum bill that will see some of the proposed Constitutional changes in the BBI amended before the take over of the next government.
Kenya may go into 2022 elections with 2 deputy president posts if a new bill from Uhuru Kenyatta allies that seeks to expand cabinet goes through. The new bill is being spearheaded by the National Assembly's Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee (CIOC), which is led by Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni.
Legislators have incubated a plot to slice Deputy President William Ruto to estimate by stripping his office of its naturally ensured security of residency. Through a proposed enactment, the MPs need to make two places of DP and have them serve helpless before the president. The Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee, led by Ndaragua Member of Parliament Jeremiah Kioni, is likewise pushing for the formation of 73 extra more voting demographics through the Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Bill, 2021.
The committee of the National Assembly responsible for Constitutional Implementation And Oversight have finalised the drafting of the bill, seeking to expand the country's executive structure. According to people's daily, the plans underway to have the constitutional amendment conducted are possible, as per constitutional oversight committee point of perception.
Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni has now come out to respond to the allegations that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his family has been hiding billion of money in foreign countries while ordinary citizens continues to languish in abject poverty and oppression. According to the news by k24 Tv, the Kieleweke Member has openly agreed with Raila's announcement that it is not illegal of sin to Operate foreign accounts while reporting that the problem with this country is that there is a lot of mere speculations and fake news.But via another statement perceived as a direct attack on Deputy President William Ruti and his allies, the Kieleweke MP stated that President Uhuru Kenyatta is open to explain his source of wealth while adding that the trend will continue and anybody found guilty of stealing public resources must resign.
Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni has revealed the exact amount of money that the central Kenya region has lost after the fall of BBI. According to Kioni the Mt Kenya region will lose 53.4B in a financial year and 267B in five years that would have helped the region to secure quality education for the central Kenya region.
Ndaragwa Mp Jeremiah Kioni has come out to defend the Head of state following the recent Pandora Papers scandal. The Head of state has not been having good days recently since the Pandora paper scandal including his family owning secret offshore accounts outside the country. Ndaragwa Mp Jeremiah Kioni has come out to defend the Head of state following the Pandora paper scandal.
Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua changes tune on Waiguru's hint to join UDA party as he also asks Jeremiah Kioni and Kanini Kega not to betray the orange democratic movement party Raila Odinga ahead of 2022 polls as they have been meeting with him and promised to support him. According to the reliable source, Gachagua has allegedly warned governor Waiguru for betraying Raila after the meeting they had been having in Murang'a County to endorse him for presidential seat in the oncoming general elections.
Kiharu member of parliament hon Ndindi Nyoro has finally agreed with Jubilee party legislature Jeremiah Kioni over an article that is in the building Bridges initiative report and can help Kenyans. Talking in bungoma county today,the deputy president William Ruto's legislature said that the building Bridges initiative report was rejected due to the prayers that Kenyans conducted and that it was a bill that was dead on arrival.
President Uhuru allies have kicked off a move to have Deputy President William Ruto abandon the United Democratic Alliance Party revealing the offer they have in place for him. Led by Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni has said that they are not refusing the President to reconcile with his Deputy but on one offer, that "Dr. Ruto should stop campaigning for UDA if he is sincere about reconciliation."